Spring may still be struggling to break through the Suffolk mist, but we had our own slice of sunshine in the bookshop this week.

Sunday Telegraph cookery writer, Diana Henry visited Woodbridge to present her beautiful new book of 'menus, stories and places', called 'How to Eat a Peach'.

Sipping Prosecco, we were all held spellbound as she regaled us with tales of Mediterranean meals, childhood ambitions to Cordon Bleu, and a love of lighthouses.

Wonderfully entertaining and inspiring, there was much laughter and wonder. And not least when all the guests were handed their own copy of the new book - dappled light and succulent fruit are pictured with the cover as soft and furry as a peach to touch.

Read my report of the event at Browsers Bookshop here.